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IflrV' AN ORDINANCE !
PROVIDINQ FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF A PLUMBING INSPECT.
OR OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, PRESCRIB
INO THE POWERS AND DUTIE8 OF 8UCH PLUMBING IN
6PECT0R, ESTABLISHING RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR
THE PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE OF BUILDINGS AND THE
CONSTRUCTION OF HOUSE SEWERS IN THE CITY ANO
COUNTY OF HONOLULU, AND PRESCRIBING PENALTIES
FOR THE VIOLATION OF TttE PROVISIONS OF THE OR.
' in: it OHDAiNct) iiv thi: ii:oim.i: or tiir city and county
Section 1. The llnanl nf Supervisor!, nf the City and County of
Huno utii luil I upKilnt a suitable lerson n Plumbing Inspector of
the City end County of Honolulu whore salary shall lid fixed by the
Uonrd of Supervisors Said Plumbing In lector shall have all of the
powers and tliall perfoiin nil of the duties hereinafter provided, on-l
s'inll havo miih other puvu-rs and ierfnrni audi other duties as may
liouufter bu tlct-lgiiatrd l)j the Roaid of Supervisors.
Section 2. riom nml nfter the passage of tills Ordinance, It shnll
be unlawful for an) person or person, firm or corporation to carry
tit, lh bii-dnesn of or do nn plumbing work In the City mid County
nt Honolulu, until he or they shall liau first registered at tho office
of the Plumbing Inspector, '
S:tlon S. Tho Treamrer of the City and County shall Issuo tn
nnv person or persons, firm or corporation who has registered In
uccordanco with the provisions of Section 2 hereof, n license to do
plumbing work In tho City and County of Honolulu.
No license shnll be granted for more than one ear or the unexpired
period thereof; all licenses shall expire upon the first da) of July of
The antiinl fee for Mich license shall' bo the sum of Ten ($10.00)
Dollars, which fee shall bo paid to the Treasurer of the City and
Section 4 Ileforc or nt the time n license Is Issued as provided
In Section 3 lit-ii-of, the applicant thcreror, shall give a bond to the
City and County of Honolulu In this sum of Five Hundred (1500.00)
Dollars, with good and sufficient sureties for the faithful discharge
of his or their duties under this Ordinance, which bond shall be approv
ed b) the Hoard of Supervisors.
PLANS OK HOUSE PLUMBING TO UK FILED.
Section C. Any person or persons, firm or corporation before do
lug any plumbing work In an building of any description within
thu City and County of Honolulu, except In case of stoppigcs In pipes
or repair of leaks In drains, vent pipes, wasto pipes, faucets, valves
and water supplv plies. shall file with tho Plumbing Inspector, plans
nnd kpectflcattons which shall clearly show and Indicate thp entire
work to bo done, the number and character of alt fixtures, tho alio
and locations of all drain, waste, will and vent pipes, traps nnd clean
outs, and whether connection Is to be mailo with the sewer or with
The plans and specifications shall be accomplished by an applica
tion, written In Ink upon blanks furnished by the Plumbing Inspector,
giving, the name of the owner or owners of the propert)-and the exact
location of the same, together with such other Information as may
be required by the blanks, and no part of such work shall be' done
until n permit authorizing the same shull have been Issued by the
Pluming Inspector, ,
FBI: FOR PERMIT.
Section . No po-mlt shall b Isim-d to nny person or persons,
firm, or corporation for doing plumbing work in the' City and Count v
or Honolulu, until the cunt of 2.n has been paid to tho' Plumbing
inspector theiefor, provided that thl provision Ehall nof apply-In
thu repair of leaks In drains cnt plfe. wasto pi pes, 'faucets, valves
or- water supply pipes, or (o the removal of obstructions In pipes.
One permit shall suffice for one bull ling nnd ono outhouse only.
DISPOSAL OF PLANS.
Section 7. When a permit Is Issued, tho application, signed by
He person or persons, llrm or cori oration, together with the plans'
iui! specifications, shall bo ll'ed with the Plumbing Inspector and
I hall thereafter remain In the custody or said Inspector, When It Is
desirable to make changes In tho plumbing work from that shown
on the plans tind specific itlons as tiled, tho peruon or persons, firm
or corporation to whom the penult has been Issued shull give notice
or such changes, and If such ch m'ea are found to bo In accordance
with the provisions of this Ordinance, such changes shall bo allowed.
SEWKR CONNECTION REQUIRED.
Section 8. In the construction, lecnnstructlon or alteration -of
any building of nny description In which plumbing fixtures uro to
lie placed all plumbing work shall bo connected with the public sower,
where such .sewer Is accessible and, where there Is no sewer acces
sible, with a cesspool, constitution to the approval of the Plumbing
Inspector. All buildings in which the plumbing has been done, prior
to tho passage of this Ordinance, must conform to this Ordlnanco
before being connected to tho sower,
Section 9. The term "house sower" is herein used to dcslgnato
that part of the drain between the sower or cesspool and to within
lhe feet or thu building connected or to bo connected with tho Bewer
oi cesspool. House sewers shall not be less than four (4) Inches In
diameter and shall be of cast Iron plie or sale glared vllrlfled ripe
and shall bo laid to a true grade, at least ono foot under ground.
Changes In direction shall be made by "Y" branches and l-, 1-8, or
1-lC bends. Salt glaid vlttltled plx will not be allowed uudor any
building. If salt glazed ltrlfied pipe Is used In the construction of
tny sewer, it shall have a, fall of ut least one quarter of an Inch to
tho foot the Joints shall be made of mortar, composed of equal parts
of Portland or other good standard cement and clean screened sand,
and Bald Joints shall be covered with cloth in laying. A disk entirely
filling lha house sower pipe shall be kopt In the pipe nnd drawn for
waul as cach'lenglh Is land. When glazed vitrified pipe Is used In
wet ground or water, tho same shall be concreted entirely around the
pile up to a thickness ot at least six Inches. When cast Iron pipe la
used all Joints shall be, packed with picked oakum and run with molt
en lead, and shall be well caulked, and shall have a fall or not less
than three sixteenths of 'an Inch to tho foot. In the conftructton of
any house sew or no Intermediate Rcctlon of salt glazed vitrified Btono
plpe ehall be used between sections of cast Iron pipe nor shall any
cast-Iron sections be used between sections of salt glazed vitrified
stpne pipe. The flow of air shall not be obstructed in any house Bewer
when connected with nn cesspool or sewer.
ihMl'Irt V:i T',(,Tt,'r"1"h""o 'lialn" Is herein used to designate
., i ' . u ""illr'Vn ""ler I"" first lloor of tho building or structure
u id extending five feet outside f the walls thoieof. All house drains
ilmll be of cast-iron or galvanized wrought Iron pipe not less than
four Inches In diameter and -shall havo a fall of not less than 3-lti
oi mi Inch to the foot In buildings or structures of over three stories
in hlght tho grade of cast Iron plpo commercially known as Kxtra
Heavy or galvanized wrought Iron shall bo used for tho house drain
sol awste nnd vent pipes and the flttlngB shall be the same grade
All hound drains shall bo securely Iroucd to walls or (aid In trenches
of unlfoim ginde or suspended to door timbers by strong Iron haugors
In no raso shall daublo hubs bo allowed and all hubs shall bo laid
opposite to the fall or the sewer. Ilrass cleanout connection located
lit nrcusB ble places shall be put In all houso drains nt the foot of each
vortical rlsor nnd at every chango of direction of tho drain.
Section !!. The term "toll pipe" Is herein used to dotdgnate tho
tfprtlcal pipe to which one or more water closets and other fixtures
are connected. All soil pipe shall be 'of cast Iron or galvanized wrought
Iron pipe not less than'four inches In dlametor, aud If of cast Iron,
In buildings of over three stories, shall be of extra heavy grade All
soil pIpeB shall bo continued unobBtructed and undlmlshed In size not
lss than one (I) foot nor more than fourteen (H) Inches of tho build
ing. All soil pipes shall bo run on as straight a lino as possible and
shall not terminate within ten (10) feet of any window or opening.
If galvanized wrought Iron pipe Is used all the fittings must be recess
ed and tho pipe reamed to full bore.
BVKN1NO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY
In the construction of soil pipe nil cast Iron pipes and fittlnge shall
bo covered, Insldu nnd outside, with n coating of usphulluni. Changes
In direction of soil pipes shall bo made by "Y" branches mid IB, IS
or 1.16 bends; and In no cascshall double hubs bo used except for
vent fittings where the fittings aro to bo Inverted. Banltary "TV
may bo used In vertical tuns. Tin pipes and pipes made from) sheet
metal shall not be used In the construction of nolkplpcs.
8ectlnn 12.' The term "wasto plpo" Is herein used to designate
&ny pipe leading from nny fixture, to a soil pipe or house drain and
receiving the discharge from. any fixture, All waste pipes except as
herein provided shall be of Iron, Branch waste pipes may be con
structed of lead or Iron, provided, however, that ir lead Is used It shall
be only as branch to connect iwltb, an Iron plpo and shall not excoed
three feet In length. Tho size of the waste pipes shall vary according
to the fixtures they nro to serve, and In no event thall bedesB than
the following: " i"y. f
Clotct , ,,,,i "
Slop Sink .".M.J.vWil.4 3 -
Floor Drain i ..,,,, 2 "
Hath , ......'.'..I....., iy"
Bfnk .'A. .'...".'. , "... .V4"
Wash Tray , ,.'. ...'. ,.1"
Urinal , ...,.... Hi"
Itar Wnstc 1V4"
Hasln . , , w ,.f.A ii,
All waste pipes from grease traps sh'all be In slzo uot lets than
(the outlet of same. Wasto pipes from refrigerators or other re'een-
taclei In1 which provisions are kept, thall nop 'connect directly with,
the 'drain, soil, or vent pipe, or discharge unon the ground beneath
the building, but shall bo trapped and the discharge therefrom allowed
to tlrlp Into an open fixture In dally use, or be conveyed to tho ground
at least Ihreo (3) feet away from the building.
, TRAPS. '
Section 13, All Fixtures shall be ae separately and Independently
trapped as near the opening thereof aa Is practical;
All trnps'shall have a water seal of not loss than H4 Inchea In
depth and shall bo sot true to water ealt Th slzo of every trap
shall be tho same as the waste pljie'H serves: .Kitchen sinks shall
bo provided with an approved grease trap when connected to the pub
lic sewer. No grease trap shall In anycase b'e'tilaced under a build
ing or structure. The capacity of grease traps shall be as follows:
For resl(lences..not less than threp (3) gallons;
for rostaurants, hotels, tenement and boarding houses not less than
30 gallons. . ' - ' -
Provided, howoven that grease .taps In 'all restaurants, hotels, ten
iment and boarding bouses shall be. constructed subject to tho 'approval
ot the Plumbing Inspector.,, N6 bellripa shall be used Iri any case.
Antlsyphon,trapsBhall only bp,used where the' Piumblug Inspector
finds that t Is Impracticable to. use aby other. All traps In trie ground
or In concrete shall bo of cast Iron coated with atphaltum.
8ectlon 14. in every building or structure where there Is a water
qloset, there thall be at least one four (4) Inch cast Iron vent pipe,
running from the house drain unobstructed and undiminished In size
to a point not less than one (1) foot above tho roof of the building
or structure or fire-wall, or If such building pr structure has a fire
wall within ten (10) feet of said vent, (hen not less than one (1) foot
abov,e Bmd.flre-wall. The terminal of all vents shall be at least ten
II 01" 'eet from nny window or opening. '
All. traps within any building or within five feet of any building
ehall be vented, by special air pipes 'of lead or li'on, but in no case
ht!l'a rent 'pipe ond Iq cblmney orj earthenware fiue.No lead pipe
Bhall bcued for any vent except a.rancli t,o .connect, Witb'an Iron"'
pipe and then only; for a, distance not to .xcoed ijlrd feet, Vent .pipes
may converge! Into .one plx at any point, BPt leaa'th'an.'lnreJB (3) 'teet
six (6) Inches above the floor lino of the -building or' structure. All
vent pipes shall bb extended above the'roof of the building or structure
In the same manlier "as the four (4) Inch cast Iron .vent pipe herein
leferred to'., ' "V ,,'
The size' of vent pipes for each fixture shall not be less than tho
following.'- '' ' fp
i "i - i . !'.- '
Basins., M-. ...'.......,,,,, it,"
Sink ii.ii,v.i.i'.m M
Batjia . .:..,. i..u -. '... ...... j"
Waih! Trays ....i..i I, ) ir,"
.urinais .v::. .x. ..:....:: tv
'"',' liar Sinks ,,. ia-
'"," Sltx Baths ..,.,.... '.Hi'1' '
' 'Water"Cldsetk'.J."...-;;:.i,,.;itit...liC.-M(i.21 fu
V ' 8ldpmnkayJ:l.'il...,a.w;.vc(.;:u)..u-,..,v'?.,. r ;
All Vent plpoa-iahall have a Bradp.fjB.wafl4',Uie trap nnjVsh'ill not;
be'carrled more than 12 .feet out-(x( atcil .llne.Jo'enler'auotlier
pipe. When twotwatcr closets, arc on,,anifaurlllndi.vuht stack, bucIi
stack 'may vent both closets, providing, ilijjyufe within it 'Inches (if
th9 traps of such closets, ( , ,;.. , " " ' '
Whenever fixtures are grouped tho vents' thprefpr shall "not be less
than the following: ..
v Tl Basin pn ono lVi" pipe .
3 Bksln,s on one H6" pipe, . ,, , j , .
it ,, - ZtSlnke or. 2 Baths or 2 Wash Trays or 2 'Urinal or 2 .Bar
July! 4, -Oft.
,"'i ' i, muni ur . uiueis or out uaios un one i-.i pipe. ,
.' . 6 Basins Or, 4 Sinks or 4 Baths .orM Wash-Tr.ny 0ri4 Urlials
, "or-4 Bidets or 4 8l(x Baths.9J2 YotcrCJoselB'or 2 81op
if- i - H Blnka or 2 Dirt CotchetBon bae 2. trno.'i. i. '
l 8 Basins or 0 Sinks or C Baths or G VV'anh' frays' pr 0 Urinals
I' .pr S Bidets or C SltzvBatbs or 2 '.Water Coses or 3 Slop
. DinsB or i uin caicners on one zft pipe,
II Basins or 8 8uks or 8 Baths or 8 Wash Trays Ar 8 Urinals
' i 'or 8 Bidets or 8 Sltz, Baths.of E Water Clovets'or 5 Slop
. inks or B.Dlrt Cachers'on one 3" plpo!1 '
l' IS Basins or 11 Sinks or UtBatHs or1, 11 .Wasb'Traya or It
. Urinals or 11 Bidets fl'r 11 Sllz'TlatHs or'7 Water Closets
or 7 Slop Sinks or 7 Dirt Catchers on one! 3V&" pipe.
20 Ba,lns or 14 Sinks or 14 Wash Trays or 14. Urinals or 14
llldtts or 14 Sltz Bath,a or 9 Wrier Closets or 9 Slop Sinks
or 9 Dirt Catchers on one 4T,i)pe.,
' , ' ' , - JOINTS' On' CONNECTION. ' . '
f , ' ' ' ' "tJ " ,i ,
Section 15. All Joints of cast Iron 'pipe shallbe packed with pick
ed oakqm'and run with molten lead and shall. bo well caulked. Joints
and connections in' lead "pipe shall be made with wiped Joints. Con
nectlons ot lead with cast Iron pipe shall be made with brass ferrule
end wlied Joints, caulked In. Connections -of iead and wrought Iron
pipe shall be made, with brass soldering nipple and wiped Joints, screw
ed In. Connections of brass and, wrought Iron pipe shall be made
with a brass screw collar. ' -
-1 WATER CLOSOTS.
Section 1C. iThe use of pan, hopper 'or plunger closets Is prohibit
,ed,( r!o water closet or urinal shall bb placed or maintained la any
room In which there- Is not a window opening direct to the external
atmosphere. Stop cocks shull bo placed on all supply 'pipes to water
closet.tanks not less than Hi Inches aboyehe floor,
, e URINAL.
, . . .
Section 17, All urinals or groups of urinals Bhall bo supplied with
water. The floors and side around all urinals 'shall bu covered with
non-corrosive and non-absorbing material.
, Section 18! No safe wastes Bhall be used In conjunction with
urinals.- fjjife wiiMe rrom any fixture rhall not be connected directly
or Jndrccty with any sewer, house drain, noil or'waste pipe.
' " ' " i ' ' CLEANOUTS.
Bectlon 19." All cleanouts rhall be In accessible place's, and' where
cement floors are lald.iihey shall be brought up flush, with .the floor. ,
" I ' SINKS On WAS TIM YS.
,S.i!,"n 20, ?ln.k? or waB-rirays ofwbod shall be'eonstructed
?n.. flTXC0,l ln hole "r rC(,"l"-a"l Wtcens or buildings used for
industrial purposes and. provided that;, wjien constructed or used In
hotel, or restaurant kitchens or bidldlngtiused for Industrial purposes
sink, and.wash trays may be built 'ot rikl&r pine t m"i s directed
by the Plumping Inspector, t i
LAUNDRIES, Ppl MANUI'ACTOpiES AND STABLES. .
Section 21. All places used "for thu manufacture of pol for Bile.
for he washing oi ' cinliuius. ror the ulubllitg bf hoises oqd mules aud
fer the washing of clothes at laundries shall bo pnvlded"wlth a flour
prt asphalt or cement mortar uws.onry, and vhall be conuected with
(he public sewer, wheio hiicIi sewer Is accessible nnd where there Is
no sewer accessible wllh u cesinuol cbustructe-d tu the approvul or
tho numbing Inspector. ' , "
In all such places the open end of 'any dralrrleadlng'to the sewer
ehall be covered with a metal Bcreen'at least one-fourth of an Inch
lii thlcknces nnd so secured In place that It cannot easily bo removed.
The uii-shcH of Mich screen shall not exceed one-fourth of an Inch In
diameter. All such places shnll be.fnrnlslied with' all efficient dirt
The dlschargo pipe from, all .wash floors, and In all pol factories,
shnll be trapped and vented.
EXHAUST AND RAIN WATER PIPES.
Section 22, Nosteam exhaust, blow off, drip pipe or rntn water
pipe shall be connected with the public cewcr. '
.'. j FIXTURES. -
Section 23. No open end of any waste plpo or water closet shall
be placed less than two feet above high tldens established by the
datum used In Government Work. No wood work ot any description
shall be placed around nny fixture except for capping or frame.
Rcctlon 24, All pipes and fixtures shall be left exposed to view
as much as possible. . . .
INBPECTION OF1, PLUMBING.
t Section 25. All houso sewer, hou?e drain, soil, wasto and vent
pipes, InsliW nnd outside ot'bulfdtngs, before being cnverel, shall have
all openings stopped and filled with water to the top of the highest
vent plpo and tho entire system mu-t be water tight. This test shall
be made In the presence of tho Plumbing Inspector. No house sewer,
house drain, soil waote or vent plpo shalV bo covered or concealed In
nny way, until after It, has bson oxnmiucd and approved by the Plumb
ing Inspector. Such 'examination and approval shall be made Imme
diately upon lnformattoitand notification being received by the Plumb
Ing Inspector, After all fixtures are connected and traps filled with
wafer there shall be a final Inspection made by the Plumbing Inspector. ,
In no cqse shnll the Plumbing lunpcctor accept or approve nny Job
or plumbing work until lie tnnie has bctn made perfectly tight nnd t
In conform'wlth this Ordinance.
ISSUANCE OF BLANKS.
,8ectlon 26. The ,,1'luroblng Inspector shall Issue to any person, v'
persons, firm or corporation 'all necessary plumbng.blanks.
8ectlon 27. After plans'! haY been properly filed and approved by
the Plumbing tnspoctpivho anal) Issno the required permit to the "X
iuitu.i, i;iuii, nrni or corporation applying therefor.
t FEE$. ,
V; Section 21. The plumbing Inspector shall collect all fees provided
tor by this Ordlnancexeept'Uc,ens4 fees, and ehall. on the last day
nof each month deposit, bsJO, fees with the Treasurer of the City and
County of Honolulu. r-" i '
5" J- If8PKCTION.- v
8cctlon 29. It shall Jbo the duty pf tho Plumbing Inspector to In
spect all plumbing wpri done In the City and County of Honolulu and
M after proper tlnul-lMpoction of any Job of plumbing work the same
Is found to be properly done and to be perfectly tight as required
by this Ordinance he shall Issue to 'the proper person, persona, firm
or corporation n certificate setting forth the fact that the work has
been Inspected and the 'same found, to have been done according to
the requirements of this .Ordinance. The Plumbing Inspector shall
Miave the right nnd authority to enter any building or go upon any
.premises where plumbing work.ls.bolng done at all reasonable hours,
to ascertain If the provisions of this" Ordinance havo beun or are being
compiled with. ,'.'..
The Plumbing tnppcc'tbrsna)l Jioop.a complete 'record of. all regU-t,nrtlm-nd;opcotlons
made', ifnd .also. all permits, granted by him
ns Plumbing- Inspector, -andnlake, a report ot (he samoVach 'rnGhth
to the Board of Supervisors. ' ' , ' -.
PENALTY.' , : " "" , ' r
Section 80. ... Any person, persons,1 flrnf or corporation violating any
of the .provisions oMbls Ordinance, shall be deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor and. upon, conviction thereof sha.ll be fined In any sum not
exceeding Mve Ilured'J500.)Oi Dollars or 'bo-Imprisoned In' tho
HonoJuJuiJall,for a, period not.bjtetedinfe'slx'm.bnths:"' l t ,
ocuuuu ii. mis waimaco snau ue in rorce ana inue enect rrom
TRIPS ARE DELAYED
BY SLOW CONGRESS
WHAT NEW YORK TELEGRAM
SAYS OF CONGRESSIONAL
HAWAII'S INVITATION IS
MOST ATTRACTIVE OF ALL.
R. W. AYLETT.
and.pfter, chelate fif jltanprval. - .
rf.l i i ", . iintroduceV by Super
i paje.'o,f Jrpdctl,on. Juiy,,8h. 1!
The.Qregolng Ordlna,ncol.wa, at a'mcetlng'of'tho Board nvf Supor
visors. o(; the City ani Couifty of ' lfonolr'lu;1 held 'on Friday, July 9,
,;&0a.-jn8BHl.o print on. the; fqllqnlng vote of thetald Board: u
Ayesj (Ahi,a, Aylcti, Kane, .Logan, Qulrih. 'Tdtal 5;' ' i o
locs:, Nono. 4 . ., ; r '" '" "" i
Absent and not voting: Co, McClellan. Total '2. i - i.rr '
, ., .- 'i'P- KALAUOKALANI, JR..
.,''..', . ' Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
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Delegates to Akska-Yukon Exposi
tion Will Have Nice Time "
The falltiro of the Bcmto to ex'
pcdlte the pnssage of tho tariff bill
)s plalng havoc with tho summer
plans of about 100 member of Con
gress, who had anticipated pleasant
times during tho hot months nfcom
pnrallvely little expense, says tho
Washington correspondent of the
New York Evening Telegram,
Of the many Junkets which, It was
expected, would be pulled off bo-
twecn seasons that which has Ha
waii for Its objective llolnt lsa tho
most attractive, but It has been post
poned from time to time until now
the Invited guests are wondering
whether they will linvo their fun.
The Hawaiian Leglslatuie Is desirous
of receiving more liberal treatment
at the hands of Congress. it
wants largo sums of money expended
on Pearl Harbor, nnd In order that
the necessity ror these expenditures
might bo set rorth In n practical way
Prince ICnlunlanaolc, delegate from
the Pacific Island possession, was
authorized to select a congenial par
ty and conduct It to Hawaii, all ex
penses to be paid by the island gov
ernment. The Prince picked every member
of the House Committee on Nuval Af
fairs as meeting the requirements ot
congeniality nnd every one to whom
n Invitation wus extended compiled
favorably' with the Jl. S. V. P. by
return mall. Mlut the 8enate Is hold
ing up the Junket by refusing, to
pass the tariff bill. Tho Prince plans
to' havo his guests assemble In Chi
cago;' where' n special train will bo
fn waiting to1 carry them to tho
const. '.At-San Francisco a aneel.il
steamship' will be at the docks to
transport thd Congressional pnrty to
Hawaii, and nfter arrlvng there tho
Prince's guests will bo turned over
o th'e aristocracy of tho Island for
entertainment. The date for tho
fctart of 1h6 trip 'was orlglnallr set
for June 24, but that has been called
off and no attempt will be mnde at
definite arrangements' until It ' Is
known when Cbngress wlU'ndJourn.
'Aug. 24 Is the latest dnte set.
Another party of Congress which
Impatient nt the piesent delay Is tho
crowd which had planned to visit thu
Alaska-Yukon exposition nt tho ex
pense of Uncle Sam. When the bill
appropriating funds for the exposi
tion was passed by Congress It con
tained a provision thmat S2C.00O
thould be set aside for the expenses
of a delegation from Congress to vis
It tho exposition. Twenty-five mem
bers will make the trip, so that It
can be readily seen that each ono
will have $1,000 for pin money.
Senator "Tom" Carter of Montana
Is as grieved as any one about tbo
dilatory tactics of his colleagues.
After much thought and careful
planning ho had arranged n nice trip
through the West for a few members
of the House and Senate who are In
terested in the Irrigation nnd re
clamation of arid lands. Senator
Carter Is chairman of the Senate Re
clamation Committee and, as he Is
one ot tne uest entertainers In Con
gress, he had no difficulty In filling
up' his list of guests.
Members of the Senate and Houso
who constitute the newly created
currency commission had planned to
make exhaustive studies of tho finan
cial s stems ot the leading countries
ot Europe this summer, but nearly
all of them are bo fagged now thut,
although the trip undoubtedly will
be made, few gf them will feel llko
working overtime when they get to
the other elde.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
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W. B. CASTLE ON JAPAN .
Hon. William R, Castle, freslj'
from Jhe Empire of Japan, whero ho
had exceptional privileges of con
tact with public affairs will tell nf
his experiences this evening In Con
trol Union Parish House, His
topic will be "The New Snlrlt In
Japan. The'publlc are Invited. Tho
mld-wcek'sorvlce begins at 7:30 p. in.
PULLIAM AOAIN IN HAnNHSS
New York, Juno 29, Horry Pul-
uam is again the directing head or
the National Loague. After n Icavo
of absence of six months he resumed
his duties yesterday. ,